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The Annual Staff 



Elizabeth IIickerson 
Acnes Heide .... 

AdDIE HUSKE 

Matt;e King Hancock 
Caroline Holmes . . 
Mildred Waddell . . 
Lucile Dempsey . , . 
Henrietta McCormick 
Claudia Jones . . . 
Martha Best .... 



Editor-in-Cliic} 

- Isstslant Editor-in-CJdef 

. , Business Manager 

Assistant Business Manager 

Lit, vary Editor 

. Assistant Literary Editor 

ht Editor 

. . . Assistant Art Editor 

Advertising Editor 

Local Editor 



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Appreciation 

The Muse Staff of 1923 wishes tn thank these 
who have helped in the work of editing this volume 
of the Muse: Miss Turner for her untiring enthusi- 
asm, constant advice, and encouragement; Mr. 
Tucker for his financial backing, valuable advice, 
and assistance in securing necessary material; and 
Annie Rullin Sims for her willingness and readiness 
to do the typing and her faithfulness in performing 
the task. 



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Book I 
ALMA MATER 

Book II 
CLASSES 

Book III 
ORGANIZATIONS 

Book IV 
AMONG OURSELVES 






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Alma Mater 



Tunc: ''Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms." 



St. Mary's! wherever thy daughters may be 

They love thy high praises to sing, 
And tell of thy beauties of campus and tree 

Around which sweet memories cling; 
The_\' may wander afar, out of reach of thy name, 

Afar, out of sight of thy grove, 
But the thought of St. Mary's aye kindles a flame 

Of sweet recollections and love. 

Beloved St. Mary's! how great is our debt! 

Thou hast cared for thy daughters full well; 
They can never thy happy instructions forget, 

Nor fail of thy virtues to tell. 
The love that they feel is a heritage pure; 

An experience wholesome and sweet. 
Through fast rolling years it will grow and endure; 

Be a lamp and guide to their feet. 
May the future unite all the good of the past 

With the best that new knowledge can bring. 
Ever onward and upward thy course! To the last 

Be thou steadfast in every good thing. 
Generations to come may thy fair daughters still 

Fondly think on thy halls and thy grove 
And carry thy teaching o'er woodland and hill — 

Of earnestness, wisdom and love. 

H. E. H., 















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THE AUDITORIUM 







THE CHAPEL AND RECTORY 







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The Rev. Altlert Smedes, D.D., was the founder and first rector of St. Mary's School. Opening 
the school in May, 1842, he remained here until his death in 1S77. "lie has gone to his reward; 
but his work remains, and will remain from generation to generation." 

The Rev. Bennett Smedes, D.D., became the second rector of St. Mary's in 1877. Here he 
remained for twenty years, "the head of his household, a companion of infinite tenderness, sympa- 
thy and understanding, a man to lean upon, to look up to, to thank God for." 

The Rt. Rev. Theodore DuBose Bratton, D.D., was rector of St. Mary's from 1899 to 1903. 
St. Mary's went forward rapidly under his administration, the Rectory, Senior Hall, and the 
Piano Practice Rooms being built, and the College Department established. He was greatly ioved 
by faculty and students. In 1903 he left St. Mary's to accept the call to the Bishopric of Mississippi. 




The Rev. McNeely DuBose, D.D., rector of St. Mary's from 1933 to 1907, is especially 
remembered for his great interest in the chapel which, during his rectorship was completely 
renovated and enlarged by the addition of the trancepts. 

The Rev. George William Lay, D.C.L., was here from 1907 to 1918. "He inculcated a respect 
for discipline and promptness. In his personal attitude toward pupils and parents, and in his 
attitude toward the standards of education, patrons of the school and others have recognized ami 
appreciated his sincerity of purpose, his honesty of statement and aim." 






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MISS KATE MCKIMMON 

"Miss Katie" entered St. Mary's School as a little girl in t S r'* 7 . After being a pupil she 
became a teacher am! taught until 1919. This makes her fifty-sixth year of set vice to the 
school. She has given her devoted attention to the work of the chapel. 

"Miss Katie" is very dear to the heart of all St. Mary's girls and we don't know what we 
could do without her. 

Miss McVea paid tribute to her in the following poem published on her fiftieth birthday: 



To Miss Katie 

To long for truth, to try to realize 
The highest that we see — that is the noblest 
Living; and that, dear friend, in all these years 
Your high sincerity, your love of love, 
Your haired of deceit and scorn of all pretense 
Have helped us to desire. 



Thinking of you, 








We know that love and truth are real; 








That God and good are the eternal verities! 








Noisy ambition, hard-won fame, the wish 








For recognition even of worthy work] 








Besides these vital truths \.n\e into nothingness. 








To do good, and to distribute of your love 








And ol your strength to them that need — that 








Has been your life. And with such service 








God Is pleased. 

Emilie 


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McVea 


, 1900. 


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The original of the "Stage Coach Plct 
with the later ones, was a drawing by Mi 
Mary's in the '10s, hail it lit imgi aplii'd I'm- 
lau published in 1845. On the title page of the rtius 
printed: "The Flower of the South: A COllOCt' 
and Dedicated to the Young Ladies of si. Mai 



ir Muse to contrast the old days 

Mr. Blessner, Musical Director at St. 

ui some waltzes which he composed and 

in addition to the Stage Coach Picture, was 

of i 'ha raet eristic Waltzes, Composed for the Piano, 

School, Raleigh, N. C„ lay Gustave Blessner." 



i [usl a i e Blessn. . . 
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St. Mary s Alumnae Association 

Officers, 1922-23 

Mrs. L. V. SUTTON, Raleigh President 

Mrs. Robert Miller, Goldsboro Vice-President 

Miss Kate McKimmon, Raleigh Secretary 

Miss Louise Blsbee, Raleigh Assistant Secretary 

Mrs. W. A. Withers, Raleigh Treasurer 

Alumnae Council 

Miss Katherine Drane Edenton, N. C, until 1925 

Mrs. Walter Whichard Norfolk, Va., until 1925 

Miss Annie Cameron Hillsboro, N. C, until 1923 

Mrs. J. M, Winfree Raleigh, N. C, until 1923 

Mrs. W. A. Erwin Raleigh, N. C, until 1924 

Miss Sara Cheshire -. . . Raleigh, N. C, until 192+ 









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IN 1880 Mrs. Kate Meares suggested the foundation of a St. Mary's 

Alumnae Association and called a meeting, at Christ Church Parish 

i^jlj) House, of the St. Mary's girls in Raleigh. Her suggestion met with ap- 

( ^g) proval and Mrs. Penelope Cox was elected first president of the associ- 

S ation. 

When Mr. Ernest G. Cruikshank was at St. Mary's he took great 
interest in the Alumnae Association and in getting alumnae lists for the school files. 
He also got the alumnae to adopt a constitution — a movement which was a great step 
forward. 

For forty-three years the Alumnae Association has been steadily growing in num- 
bers, influence, and service. It has done effective work in aiding the progress of the 
school, and, in addition to constant service rendered St. Mary's by the individual mem- 
bers, the association has completed three works of importance. The first was the 
foundation of the Smedes Memorial Scholarship, in memory of the first two rectors 
and the wife of Dr. Aldert Smedes. This was undertaken early in the life of the 
association and was completed in 1903. The next regular work was the enlarging 
and improving of the chapel, around which the fondest recollections and deepest 
interest of the alumnae center. In 1904 and 1905, during Dr. DuBose's rectorship, 
this work was done with the assistance of the trustees. At the 1907 commencement 
the endowment of the Mary Iredell-Kate McKimmon Fund was undertaken and the 
desired sum was reached in 1916. 

The Alumnae Association is now devoting its efforts to the raising of the St. Mary's 
School Fund. Five years ago an effort was started to secure three hundred thousand 
dollars to he used in three ways: to apply on the debt, to apply on an endowment 
fund, and to add to the plant and equipment of the school. Two-thirds of the desired 
sum was secured. The forty thousand-dollar debt was paid prior to September the 
fifteenth, 1922, the opening of the eighty-first session, and a small endowment fund was 
started. The aim of the alumnae is now one hundred thousand dollars, of which about 
fifty-five thousand has been secured in cash and pledges. An intensive campaign is 
being carried on and it is hoped that the goal will soon be reached. To this end the 
pageant, "The Cross Triumphant," was presented in Washington in the spring of 
1922, and again in Raleigh in October, 1922, under the auspices of the St. Mary's 
Alumnae Association. 

There are about four thousand alumnae who are organized as far as possible into 
local chapters in their several cities and towns. There are many St. Mary's girls, of 
course, who do not belong to any chapter because there are too few alumnae in the 
town in which they live to form chapters. There are organized active chapters 
in New York, N. Y.; Washington, D. C. ; Norfolk, Va., as well as those in North 
Carolina, including those in Asheville, Charlotte, Chapel Hill, Edenton, Greenville, 
Hillsboro, Henderson, Rocky Mount, Scotland Neck, Raleigh, and Elizabeth City. 

These chapters hold meetings on November the first, All Saints' Day, which is 
celebrated as Founders' Day, and on May the twelfth, the date of the first opening 
of St. Mary's, celebrated as Alumnae Day. The association meets each year at St. 
Mary's at Commencement. 

With the fine record of achievements behind it and the added enthusiasm and love 
for the school as evinced in the present St. Mary's Fund Campaign, the St. Mary's 
Alumnae Association looks forward to a happy and useful future. 




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The Board of Trustees 



The Bishops 

Rt. Rev. Jos. Blount Cheshire, D.D., Chairman Raleigh, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Wm. Alexander Guerry, D.D. .'■ Charleston, S. C. 

Rt. Rev. Junius M. Horner, D.D Asheville, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Tiios. C. Dakst, D.D Wilmington, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Kirkman G. Finlay, D.D Columbia, S. C. 

Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick, D.D Charlotte, N. C. 

Clerical and Lay Trustees 

north carolina 

Rev. M. A. Barber Raleigh Rev. J. E. Ingle Raleigh 

Rev. Isaac W. Hughes .... Henderson Dr. R. H. Lewis Raleigh 

Col. Cijas. E. Johnson Raleigh Mr. Graham Andrews Raleigh 

Mr. W. A. Erwin Durham Mr. Thomas H. Battle . . Rocky Mount 

(Until 1927) (Until 1934) 

EAST CAROLINA 

Rev. R. B. Drane, D.D Edenton Rev. G. F. Hill Elizabeth City 

Mr. W. D. McMillan, Jr. . . . Wilmington Mr. Geo. Rovali Goldsboro 

(Until 1927) (Until 1924) 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

Rev. T. T. Walsh York Rev. S. C. Beckwith Charleston 

Dr. Wm. Ecleston Hartsville Mr. T. W. Bacot Charleston 

(Until 1923) (Until 1923) 

WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA 

Hon. Wm. A. Hoke Raleigh Rev. Frederick Lobdell . . Rutherfordton 

Ven. J. H. Griffith Asheville Mr. W. D. Anderson Gastonia 

(Until 1923) (Until 1924) 

UPPER SOUTH CAROLINA 

Rev. T. T. Walsh York Rev. Wm. S. Manning .... Spartanburg 

Rev. Wm. E. McCoro Rock Hill Mr. David G. Ellison Columbia 

Executive Committee 

Rt. Rev. J. B. Cheshire, D.D., Chairman 
Col. Chas. E. Johnson Hon. W. A. Hoke Dr. R. H. Lewis 

Mr. George C. Rovall Rev. Isaac W. Hughes 

Secretary and Treasurer 
Mr. Charles Root, Raleigh, N. C. 













THE RT. REV. JOSEPH BLOUNT CHESHIRE, D.D. 



















THE REV. WARREN WADE WAY 
Sixth Rector of St. Mary's School, iq/S 



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Miss Bertha A. Morgan 
Lady Principal, 1922 



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Academic Head, 1922 




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ST. MARY'S SCHOOL 
Faculty and Officers, 1922-23 

Rev. Warren W, Way Rector 

Miss Bertha A. Morgan Lady Principal 

Miss Sara C. Turner lcadcmic Head 

Albert W. Tucker Secretary and Business Manager 

THE ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT 
Rev. Warren W. Way Bible and Ethics 

A.E., Hobart College; General Theological Seminary. 

Sara Clarke Turner English 

AH.. Goucher; 11. A., Columbia. 

William Enos Stone . History and Political Science 

A.B., Harvard. 

Frances Rannev Bottum Science 

Graduate St. Mary's; B.S., Peabody College for Teachers. 

Nancy L. Mooreeield Mathematics 

A.B., Randolph-Macon; M.A., Columbia. 

Susan Reavis Cooke English 

Ph.B., University of Chicago. 

Margaret Scofield Cummings Spanish and French 

A.B.. Radcliffe College. 

Anne W. WlLSON English and History 

A.B.. Goucher College. 1921. 
Amy T. Harris English 

A.B.. Barnard College, 1920. 

Elizabeth McCausland Latin 

Bridgewater, Mass.. Normal School; Colby College. A.B.. 1819. 

Marie Tallmadce VanKleek French 

A.B.. Yassar College; Columbia University, 1921-22; Paris Univ. 

Nettie Mae RuttlE Physical Director 

Graduate of Posse Normal School ol" Gymnastics, Boston. 

Marion Hesse Physical Director 

Graduate of Posse Normal School of Gymnastics, Boston. 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT 

Wm. H. Jones, A. A. G. O Director Piano, Organ. Voice, Theory 

A.B., Trinity College; Berlin. 

Florence Claus Voice 

folumbia University; University of Minnesota; B.A., Macalestcr; Pupil of Luigi Parisc-tti, Prof. Harry 

liiilijjs, Mrs. B. Bussendale. 



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Mr. Stone, Miss Lee, Miss Boltuin. Miss Wilson, Miss MeKimmon, Miss Cmnmin.f- Miss Fonnev, 
Miss "Harris, Miss Moffat, Miss Van Kleeck, Miss McCausland 



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Sue Kyle Soutiiwick Piano, Theory 

Graduate of New England Conservatory. 

Ethel May Abbott Piano, Theory 

New York Conservatory; Peabody Conservatory. 

Pearl Rivers Piano 

Brenan College-Conservatory, Gainesville, Ga. ; Columbia University. 

BUSINESS DEPARTMENT 

Lizzie II. Lee Director 

Isaac Pittman Shorthand. 

ART DEPARTMENT 

Clara I. Fewer Director 

Maryland Institute; Pratt Institute; Paris. 

HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT 

Constance Moffat Domestic Science and Domestic Art 

B.S., Teacher's College. Columbia University. 

ELOCUTION DEPARTMENT 
Florence C. Davis Director 

B.O., Emerson College. 



Officers, 1922-23 



Rev. Warren W. Way Rector 

Miss Bertha A. Morgan Lady Principal 

Miss Kate McKimmon Special Supervisor 

Miss Elsie A. Fox Librarian 

Mrs. Nannie H. Marriott Dietitian 

Miss Florence W. Talbot Housekeeper 

Miss Annie D. Alexander, R.N. Matron of the Infirmary 

Dr. A. W. Knox School Physician 

Albert W. Tucker Business Manager 

Miss Juliet B. Sutton Secretary to the Rector 

Miss Catherine P. Brooks Office Secretary 



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Miss Southwick, Mr. Tucker, Miss Brooks, Miss Davis, Miss Hesse, Miss Ri> 
Miss Claus, Mr. Jones, Miss Abbott 



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Hail, St. Mary's! 

Adapted From Margaret Mason Young, 1899 



In ;i grove of stately oak trees, 

Where the sunlight lies, 
Stands St. Mary's true and noble, 

'Neath the Southern skies. 

Far and wide, oh sound her praises, 

Chorus full and free, 
Hail, St. Mary's, Alma Mater, 

Hail, all hail to thee! 

Well we love the little chapel, 

Ever hold it dear ; 
Hear the echoes of the music, 

Rising soft and clear, 
Far and wide, etc. 

There the ivy and the roses 

Climb the old stone wall, 
There the sweet, enticing bird notes 

Sound their magic call. 
Far and wide, etc. 

And the bonds of friendship strengthen 

As her beauties charm, 
We draw close to Alma Mater, 

Trust her guiding arm. 
Far and wide, etc. 



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Miss Sutton, Class Adviser 



Bradford Tucker, Mascot 



Colors: Gray and Scarlet 



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Motto: "He who conquers, conquers himself" 



Flower: Poppy 



Class Officers 



Martha Best President 

Elizabeth Ballou .... Vice-President 

Laura C. Smith Secretary 

Virginia Thigpen Treasurer 



Caroline Holmes Poet 

Lucy Lay Historian 

Sophie Egleston Prophet 

Sarah Harrell Testator 



Martha Best 



Representatives on the School Council 
Elizabeth Ballou Leone Hines 



Lucy Kimball 



Ballard 

Ballou 

Best 

Bohanna>j 

Cooper, D. 

Dempsey 

Egleston 

Gresham 

Harrell 

Hickerson 



Class Roll 
Hines 
Hinnant 
Holmes 
Huske, A. C. 
Jones, C. 
Josey 
Kimball 
Lay 
Riddick 



Rose, E. B. 
Smith, L. C. 
Thigpen 
Way 

Webb, H. B. 
Webb, M. E. 
Wilkins, V. C. 
Willard 
Wood 
Zeigler 



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Myra Elise Ballard 
washington, n. c. 

(1920-21-22-23) 

"Pretty to walk with, witty to talk with and 
pleasant to think on.'" 

Vice-President Sigma Lambda, '23; Sigma; Sec- 
retary of St. Margaret's Chapter, '2ft-21 ; Sec- 
retary of St. Agnes Chapter, "21-22; president 
nf St. Agnes' Chapter. '22-23; President of North 
Carolina Club. '23; Class President. '21; School 
Council, '21 ; Pan Archon Council, '21 ; Business 
Manager of Bulletin, '23; Chairman of Sigma 
Lambda Program Committee. '23; Most Lovable, 
'22; Most Charming, '23. 



Elizareth Wiccixs Kallou 



RICHMOND, VA. 

(1920-21-22-23) 



'She speaks, behaves and acts just as she 
ought" 

E. A. P.; Second Vice-President; Sigma; Man- 
ager of Basketball; First Ten.ni Basketball, '21; 
Vice-President Class '23; Dramatic Club; Presi- 
dent Virginia Club, '23: Assistant Editor of 
Bulletin, '23. 






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Martha Saunders Best 

WARSAW, N. C. 



Mary Wilson Bohannan 

SURRY, VA. 



"Jolly, happy, enthusiastic, with a vast store of 
information upon any conceivable subject." 

Treasurer of Prep. Class, '20; Cheer Leader 
of Sigma's, '19-20-21-22-23; Dramatic Club. "20- 
21-22-23; Business Manager of Dramatic Club, 
'23 ; Sigma ; Sigma Lambda; Local Editor of 
Muse, '23; Chairman of Pan Archon Council, 
'23; Student Council, '23; Most Efficient, '23; 
Most Striking, '23; President of Senior Class, '23. 



"Her voice <was ever soft, gentle and low, an 
excellent thing in woman." 

Sigma Lambda; Sigma; Custodian of the Ban- 
ner, '23; Altar Guild. '22-23; President of Kate 

McKimmon Chapter, '23; Secretary Senior Class, 
'23; College Club; Chorus Club, '21-22. 






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Daisy Strong 


Cooper 








OXFORD, N 


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(1921-22-2 


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"Not too serious, not too gay, 




But 


a rare 


good fellow 


when it comes to 




/>lay." 








Sigma 


; President E. A. P.; 


First Team 


li asket- 


ball, 


23; Fir 


t Team Voll 


y Ball, '22 


C hap el 


Librarian, '23 


Vice-President Sigma's, ' 


23; Dra- 


matic 


Club, 


'20-21-22-23; 


President, 


23; As- 


sistant Cheer 


Leader, '23; 


Altar Guild 


'20-21- 


22-23; 


College 


Club, '22-23; 


Pan Archon 


Council, 


'23; North Ca 


rolina Club; Best All-Aro 


and, '23; 


Certificate in 


Expression, 'L 


2; Inter-Society De- 


bater, 


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Margaret Lucille Dempsey 

goldsboro, n". c. 

(1921-22-23) 

".Is welcome as sunshine in e-vety place." 

Sigma Lambda: Mu; Junior President, '22; Chair- 
man of Red Cross Committee, '22; Membei of 
Red Cross Committee, '23 ; Marshal, "22 ; Mem- 
ber of the Muse Board, '22; Art Editor of Muse, 
'23; President of Student Body, '23; Member 
of Student Council, '22; Sketch Club. '21-22-23; 
Member of Pan Archon Council, '23; Cutest, 
'22-23; Certificate in Art, '22. 



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Sophie Bonham Eglestox 

hartsville, s. c. 



Martha Carolyne Gresham 

WARSAW, N. C. 



"To love and to be loved is ike greatest 

happiness of existence.' 1 

E. A. P.; Sigma; E. A. P. Debater, '21; Secre- 
tary of Sketch Club, '22; Secretary of St. Eliza- 
beth Chapter, '21-22; Secretary of E. A. P., '22; 
Vice-President of Sophomore Class, '21-22; E. 
A. P. Marshal, '22; Altar Guild, '21-22; Presi- 
dent of St. Elizabeth Chapter, '22-23; Class 
Prophet, '23. 



".-/ smile for all, a greeting glad, 

.In amiable, jolly way she had." 

Mu ; Sigma Lambda; Secretary and Treasurer 
Mus, '23; Secretary of North Carolina Club; 
First Team Volley Ball, '21; Certificate in Music, 
'23; Dramatic Club, '23; "Boll Weevil Or- 
chestra." 





Sarah Moore Harrell 

wiluamston, n, c. 

(1922-23) 
"Quick to learn, wise to knoiv." 

Sigma; Sigma. Lambda; Altar Guild, '23; North 
Carolina Club, '23; Chorus Club, '22-2S; Or- 
chestra, '23; Secretary and Treasurer of C. S. K. 
League, '23; Testator, '23; Cleverest, '23; Pro- 
gram Committee of Sigma Lambda's, '23. 



Anne Elizabeth Hickersox 

RONDA, N. C. 



"./ heart to resolve, a head to eorttri-ve, and 
a hand to execute." 

Sigma; E. A. P.; Assistant Editor of Muse, '22; 
Editor-in-Chief of Muse, '23; Altar Guild, '22-2:!; 
President of St. Anne's Chapter, '23: North Caro- 
lina Club, '23 ; Secretary and Treasurer of 
Granddaughter's Club, '23 ; Program Commit tee 
of E. A. P.'s, '23; Pan Archon Council. '23; 
Chapel Warden. '23; Prettiest, '23; College Club, 



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Leone Haidv Hines 
kinstont, n. c. 

(1921-22-23) 

"Her eyes like stars of twilight fair, 
Like twilight, too, her dusky hair." 

Mu; Sigma Lambda; Honor Committee, '23; 
North Carolina Club; Santa Claus, '23; President 
of St. Monica's Chapter, '23; Member of the 
School Council; Altar Guild, '21-22-23; Secretary 
and Treasurer Lucy Bratton Chapter, '22. 



Ida Newson Hinnant 

WILMINGTON', N'. C. 



"Nothing great was ever achieved without 
enthusiasm" 

Treasurer of E. A. P.'s; Secretary and Treasurer 
or St. Elizabeth's Chapter; Altar Guild; Man- 
ager of Volley Ball; Sigma; E. A. P.; "Winner of 
Broad Jump in Meet, '22; College Club, '22; 
Sigma Cheer Leader, '23; First Volley Ball 
Team, "22. 



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Caroline Pasteur Holmes 
lexington, n. c. 



"An intellect of highest (worth, 
A heart of purest gold." 

Mu; Sigma Lambda; Member of Sigma Lambda 
Program Committee, '23 ; North Carolina Club, 
'23; Altar Guild; Literary Editor of Muse, '23; 
Assistant Editor of Bulletin, '23; Most Brilliant, 
'23; Class Poet, '23. 



Addie Currier Huske 

FAVETTEVILLE, N. C. 
(1920-21-22-23) 

"Strong, true and sturdy, earnest and sincere, 
Substantial, able, blessed with cheer." 

President Granddaughter's, '22-23; North Caro- 
lina Club, '23 ; Student Council, "21-22 ; Secre- 
tary E. A. P. Literary Society, '23 ; Program 
Committee, '23; Business Manager of Muse, '23; 
Sigma, E. A. P. Blue Ridge Delegate, '20; Pres- 
ident of Kate McKimmon Chapter, '21-22; Altar 
Guild, '20-21-22-23; President of St. Margaret's 
Chapter, '23: Vice-President of Granddaughter's, 
'22; Red Cross Council, '22-23; Chapel Warden, 
'23. 



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Claudia Jones 
raleigh. n. c. 



"But noio my task is smoothly done 
I can fly or I can run." 

Advertising Manager of Muse, "23. 



Elizabeth Webb Josey 
scotland neck, n. c. 

"The secret of success is constancy to 

/<iii pose." 

Sigma, Sigma La mini a ; North Carolina Civ 
Secretary of Altar Guild, '2:;. 






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Lucy Henderson Kimball 

HENDERSON, N. C. 



"Horn for success, she seemed with grace to 
win, with heart to hold." 

Sigma Lambda; Mu ; College Club; Altar Guild. 
'2 2-2 3 ; Granddaughter's Club; North Carolina 
Club, '23; Sigma Lambda Debater, '22-23; Sec- 
retary Sigma Lambda's, '23; Editor-in-Chief of 
Bulletin, '23; Pan Arch on Council, '23 ; School 
Council, '23. 




Lucy Fitzhugh Lay 

BEAUFORT, N. C. 
(190S-19, 1922-23) 

"The hand that follows intellect can achieve." 

Sigma; Sigma Lambda; College Club; Altar 
Guild. '22-23; North Carolina Club; Dramatic 
Club, '22-23; Chorus Club, '22'; Red Cross Coun- 
cil. '22-23; Student Council, '22; Chairman of 
Sigma Lambda Program Committee; Sigma 
Lambda President, '23; Editor-in-Chief of Bul- 
letin, '22; Winner Essay in Inter-Society Con- 
test, '22 ; Treasurer of Kate McKimmon Chap- 
ter, '22; Vice-President of College Club, '22; 
President of Sophomores, '22; Blue Ridge Dele- 
gate, '22; Chief Marshal, '22; President of St. 
Catherine's Chapter, '23; Chapel Warden. '23; 
Class Historian, "2 3. 









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Edith Imogene Riddick 
gatesville, n. c. 



"She smiles and smiles and will not siij/i." 

Mu; E. A. I\; Altar Guild: College Club; North 
Carolina Club, 



Elizabeth Bryan Rose 

HENDERSON', N. C. 
(1922-23) 

"She's wit, she's charm, she's common sense." 

Sigma; Sigma Lambda; Secretary and Treasurer 
of Kate MeKimmon Chapter, '23 ; Altar Guild ; 
President of College Club, - 23; Dramatic Club, 
'23; North Carolina Club, '23. 



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Laura Clark Smith 
charlotte, n. c. 



"With gentle yet prevailing force, 
Intent upon her destined course." 

E. A. P.; Mu; North Carolina Club, '23; Altar 
Guild. "21-22-23; President of Altar Guild, '23; 
First Team Volley Ball, '22; Volley Ball Man- 
ager, '23; Blue Ridge Delegate, '21. 



Virginia Gray Thigpen 

TARBORO, N. C. 
(1921-22-23) 

"Happy am I, from care I am free ; 
Why aren't they all contented like me." 

Sigma Lambda; Mu ; North Carolina Club; 
Music Certificate, '23 ; Mu Tennis Manager, '23; 
Altar Guild, '22-23; Senior Class Treasurer, '23; 
Vice-President of Mu's, '23 ; Chapel Librarian, 
'23; Dramatic Club, '23; Tennis Tournament, 
'21-22-23; First Team Basketball, '23; Sigma 
Lambda Debater, '23. 



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Evelyn Lee Way 

RAl.KIGH, N. C. 



Elizabeth Webb 

WADESBORO, N. C. 



"Never idle a moment, hut thrifty and 
thoughtful of others," 

Chairman oC C. S. S. League, '23; Blue nidge 
Delegate, '--; Mu Athletic Association; Sigma 
Lambda; Pan Archon Council, '22; Chorus Club, 
'21-22; Altar Guild. '21-22-2 3; North Carolina 
Club, '23; Honor Roll, "20-21; Volley Ball, '21- 
22; Basketball. '23. 



"Mindful, not of herself." 

gma; Sigma Lambda : Altar Guild, 
North Carolina Club. 






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Helen Bond Webb 

HILLSBOROj X. C, . 

(1920-21-22-23) 

"I!' arm hearted, impulsive and true." 

E. A. P.; Sigma j Chorus Club, "23; North Caro- 
lina Club; E. A. P. Marshal, '22; President of 
Lucy Bratton Chapter, '23; Treasurer of E. A. P., 
'22; Vice-President of E. A. P., '23. 



Marjorie Willaru 
wilmington, n. c. 

(1020-21-22-23) 

"She is herself of best things the collection* 

Sigma; Sigma Lambda; Sigma Lambda Marshal 
'22; Sigma Tennis Manager. '22-23 ; Vice-Presi- 
dent of Junior Class. '22; President of Grand- 
daughters' Club. '22; Pan Archon Council, '22 
Tennis Champion, '21; Chapel Warden, '23 
Second Vice-President of Sigma Lambda's, '23 
Altar Guild, '21-22-23; Vice-President of Grand 
daughters' Club, '23; Treasurer of North Caro- 
lina Club, '23. 










Van" Cleve Wilkins 

ATHENS, GA. 

(1920-21-22-23) 

"She's aye, aye sae blithe, sae gay, 
She's aye sae blithe and cheeric." 

President of Sketch Club, '23: Vice-President of 
Sketch Club, '21-22; Manager Basketball, '22-23; 
Basketball First Team, '22; President of Geor- 
gia Club, '23; Volley Ball, '20-21; Pan Archon 
Council; Student Council, '21-22; Honor Commit- 
tee. '21-22; Certificate in Art, '22; Mu; School 
Orchestra; Altar Guild; Treasurer of Sigma 
Lambda; Sigma Lambda. 



Margaret Raebirn Wood 

marion, s. c. 



"An expression of fine ails, 
A sure winner of hearts." 

Mu; E. A. -p.; Southern Club; Manager of Track, 
'23; College Club, '22-23; First Team Basketball, 
'22-23; Chorus Club, '22; Dramatic Club, "22-23; 
Winner 100-Yaid Dash (Track), '21. 



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Elizabeth Zeicler 

EDENTON, N. C. 



"Ske is gentle, she is shy, 
But she has mischief in her eye" 

Sigma Lambda; Sigma; Altar Guild, '22-23; 
North Carolina Club, '23. 



To Our Mothers 



Sometimes it seems so very strange, 
Now that we're grown-up girls, 

That once we were tiny babies 
With big, round eyes and curls. 

Then we grew up so very fast 
And soon were first-grade tots; 

The grammar grades we struggled through 
With play and fun — just lots. 

Our high school days were a golden time, 

Latin wasn't so very bad 
Because, although we studied hard, 

Think of the fun we had. 



And now we're St. Mary's graduates, 
A great, great deal we know; 

But all our fun and happiness 
We to others owe. 



While in long clothes they cared for us, 
Their names we first could say; 

Tears in their eyes they watched us go 
Skipping to school the first day. 

All our school days were made so bright 
By their tender love and care; 

Such happy times they made for us, 
Pretty clothes for us to wear. 

When we left home for old St. Mary's, 

It was with tears in our eyes, 
So many things they'd done for us, 

Made many a sacrifice. 

Throughout our lives, carefree and glad, 
So much has been done by others; 

And those to whom we owe it all 
Are, to be sure, Our Mothers! 

C. P. H. 

































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The Class Poem 



Old, old oak trees tall and stately, 
Buildings worn by many years, 

Stained glass windows catching sunlight 
And the cross which upward rears, 

Cause our throats with love to tighten, — 
Love so close akin to tears. 



We have played, have run and frolicked 
In the halls and through the grove, 

We have studied, worked and struggled, 
Graduation the goal above; 

St. Mary's girls for friends we've chosen, 
Loved all that St. Mary's girls love. 

Happy days have been our portion, 
Days made up of work and play; 

All have taught us true devotion 

For the school which does repav 

In a far, far greater measure, 

All our work from day to day. 

C. P. H. 



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Miss Davis, Class Adviser 

Junior Class 

Colors: Green and White Flower: Marechal Neil Rose 

Motto: "Ever onward, ever upward" 

Class Officers 

Katherine Fisher President 

Ruth White Vice-President 

Clare Spence Secretary-Treasurer 

Representatives on the School Coitiuil 
Katherine Fisher Annie Daventort Susan Divine 

Class Roll 

Bonner IIarrel 

Brinklev Harris 

Chamberlain, II. B. Kittrell 

Davenport McMillan 

Divine Spence 

Fishir White 

Gold Yarbroucii, M. E. 



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Junior Class 



HULDAH BRINKLEY 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 



Helen Bryan Chamberlain 

KINSTON, N. C. 



Annie Davenport 

ROANOKE, VA. 



Susan Divine 
wilmington, n. c. 



Katherine Fisher 

SALISBURY, N. C. 



Inez Gold 

WILSON, N. C. 




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Junior Class 










1 



Josephine Harris 

KOCKY MOUNT, N. C. 



Lucy Kittrell 



HENDERSON. N. C. 



Jo McMillan 

IIENDERSONVILLE, N. C. 



Clare Spence 

kipling, n. c. 








Rlth White 




p^^ 


ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. 


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M. E. Yarbrough 


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RALEIGH, N. C. 


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Soph 



phomore \_dass 



CL 



Colors: Purple and Lavender 



Flower: Violet 



Motto: "Aim high, but reach higher" 






Miss Cummings, Class Adviser 



Class Officers 

Eugenia Trexler President 

Mildred Waddell Vice-President 

Alice Clarke Secretary-Treasurer 



Representatives on the School Council 

Eugenia Trexler 
Anne Ruffin Sims 



Class Roll 



Abbott 
Bailey 

Boh ANN an 

BOW DEN, P 
Br ETCH 

Clarke, A, 
Clarke, M. R. 



Mandeville 

Maurice 

Meade 

Menzies 

Mitchell, B. 

McCormick 

McKenzie 



M. 



Saunders, M. A. 
Sims 

Sinclair 
Smith, F. 
Spingler 
Stiff, D. 
Tabb 



R. 



EXLEV 


Neville 




Trexler 


Gilkev 


Newton. C 


A. 


Tyson 


Graber 


Parker, A. 


M. 


Waddell 


(iKIiEN 

Guion 


Powell 




Wilson 


Rand 




Womble 


Hammond 
Harden, K. 
Heide 


Rose, E. R. 




Worsley 


Ross 
Rowland 




Yarborouoii, E. 
Wellford 


















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..-•■' 

SOPHOMORE SNAPS 



Freshman Class 

Calms: Black and Gold 
Motto: Climb thn' the rocks he rugged" 

Miss Constance Moffat, Class Adviser 



Class Officers 

Katherine Morris President 

Isa G. Tucker Vice-President 

Martha Everett Secretary-Treasurer 

Representative on the School Council 

Katuerine Morris 



Armstrong 

Banks 

Baxter 

Bell 

Boddie 

Brown 

Burcwyn 

Chamberlain, 

Chandler 

Clark, M. L. 

Cooke 

Derrick 

Dougherty 

Drake 

Duvall 

Everett 

Gale 



Class Roll 

Gibson 

Graf 

Hancock 

Harding 

Hardy, M. S. 

Hardy, M. A. 

Holt 

Huches, H. L. 

Hughes, I. L. 

Ingram 

Jones, M. 

Toyner 

Kale 

Lawrence, A. 

Lee 

Lester 

Mason 



B. 



Massey, D. 
Moore, R. 
Morris 
McLendon 
Newton, N 
Nixon 

O'Donnell, K 
Peeples 
Person, V. T. 
Pickett 

PlLLSBLRY 

Roberts, S. 
Saunders, D. * 
Scott 
Sears 
Shannon 
Smith, A. W. 



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FRESHMAN SNAPS 



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The Preparatory Department 

Colors: Pink ami Blue 
Motto: "Children should be seen and not heard" 



Miss Hesse,, Class Adviser 



Class Officers 

Amie Cheatham President 

Juliet Jeffries Vice-President 

Margaret Eacles Secretary-Treasurer 

Representative on the School Count il 
Amie Cheatham 









Class 


Roll 






Arrincton 


Cox 




Matthews 


Raper 




Ball, A. 


Davis 




Metts 


Rawlings 




Barber 


Dicken 




Mitchell, J. L. 


Rice 




Bauch 


Dixon 




Montgomery 


Roberts, L, C 




Bird 


Donnelly 




Moore, E. R. 


Rose, M. L. 




Blackmore 


Eagles 




Moser 


Rosser 




Blaisdell 


Evans 




Montague 


Sherrod 




Bowden, L. K. 


Findlay 




Murray 


Small 




Browne 


Grecory 




Neal 


Smith, E. G. 




Brocden 


Griffith 




Neave 


Smith, E. I. 




Brown, E. L. 


Hackett 




NOLAND 


Smith, H. 




Burcnfield 
Butler 


Hagan 




Norwood 


Smith, L. J. 




Haves 




O'DONNELL 


Smith, M. L. 




Cain 


Henderson 




Owens 


Stern 




Carlvle 


HlGGS 




Page 


SWINK 




Carr 


Hood 




Perry 


Teachey 




Carter 


Hopkins 




Person, F. A. 


Wilkes 




Cheatham 


Huches, M 


. H. 


Phillips, B. R. 


Williamson 




Clonts 


Huske, M. 


c. 


Phillips, M. 


Willis 




Cooper, E. R. 


Jamison 




Platt, A. 


Yates 




Cornelius 


Keli. fa- 
Lewis 
Love, II. 




Platt, M. C. 

Proctor 

Ragland 








Mann 




Rune 





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e^RT!FICAT£S 







Martha Caroline Gresham 

WARSAW, \". C. 

Plan o 



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Virginia Gray Thigpex 



TARBOROj N. C. 

Piano 



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Margaret Raeburne Wood 

MARION, S. C. 

Pinna 



Nellie Bryan Newton 

ENFIELD, N. C. 

Art 



Rachel Moore 

whitakers, n. c. 

Home Economics 




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Minta Banks 

winto.v, n. c. 
Home Economics 




Marie Clark 

waycross, ca. 

Home Economics 







Alice Clark 

waycross, ga. 

Home Economics 






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The School Council 






The Sch.nol Council was instituted by the Rector at the beginning of the session of 1919-20. 
Its membership is composed of the Rector, the Lady Principal, the Academic head, three represen- 
tatives of the faculty, four representatives of the Senior Class, three of the Juniors, two of the 
Sophomores, one of the Freshmen and one of the Preparatory Department. 

Officers 

Mr. Way Chairman 

Lucile Dempsey , Secretary 



Miss McKimmon 
Miss Morgan 
Miss Turner 
Miss Bottom 
Miss Cummings 
Mr. Stone 



Representatives 

Martha Best 
Betsy Ballou 
Leone Hines 
Lucy Kimball 
Katharine Fisher 



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SuS'\n Divine 
Annie Davenport 
Eugenia Trexler 
Anne Ruffin Sims 
Katherine Morris 
Amie Cheatham 









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The 


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an-Arcnon Council 








During the session of i 


921-22, 


the 


Pan-Archon Council, com 


posed 


if the 


presidents 


of ail the 


organizations in school, was organize 


d under the leadership oi 


Miss 


Turner. Its pur 


lose is to 


attain a greater degree oi 


co-operation among the leaders of 


student activities. The 


members 


of the Pan-Archon Counci 


1 are: 


M 


artha Best, Chairman 










Katharine Fisher 






Lucy Lay 




Mara 


Louise Co 


LLIER 


Eugenia Trexi.er 






Elizabeth Hickerson 




Lucy 


Kimball 




Katherine Morris 






Lucile Dempsey 




Evelyn Way 




Amie Cheatham 






Elizabeth Rose 




Laura Smith 




Daisy Cooper. 






Van Cleve Wilkins 
Mary Powell 

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Addie 


HUSKE 






The Bulletin Staff 

Lucv Kimbali Editor-in-Chief 

Elise Ballard Business Manager 

Caroline Holmes Issistanl Editor 

Betsy Ballou tsiistant Editor 






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The Red Cross 

The St. Mary's Auxiliary of the Raleigh Chapter of the American Red Cross had 
again this year, as for four years preceding, a one hundred per cent membership in the 
school, of faculty, officers and students. The treasurer turned over to the Wake 
County Chapter five hundred dollars, to be used for the care of the tubercular patients 
of the county, besides sending twenty dollars to the Assyrian relief. 

The executive committee of 1922-23 is made up of: Katherine Fisher, Chairman; 
Lucy F. Lay, Lucille Dempscy, Addie C. Huske. 



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The School Orchestra 





Miss Abbott, Director 


Guitars — 


Violins — Mandolins — 


Sarah Harrell 


M. C. Huske Agnes Heide 


Alice Clark 


Margaret Lester Henrietta McCormick 




Louise Huches 




Ukeleles — Accompanists — 




Theodosia Derrick Ma'itie K. Hancock 




Page Bird Pauline Bowden 




Marie Clark 




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Church School Service League 

Miss McKimmon General Directress 

Evelyn" Way President 

Sarah Harrfm. Secretary-Treasurer 

The Chapter Presidents 

Lucy Lay Lucy Bratton Chapter 

Helen Webb St. Catherine's Chapter 

Elizabeth Hickerson 1 ... St. lane's Chapter 

Mary BohannON Kate MeKimmon Chapter 

Leoxe His-es St. Monica's Chapter 

Elise Ballard St. Janes' Chapter 

Sophie Egleston St. Elizabeth's Chapter 

Addie Huske St. Margaret's Chapter 



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Pi. 



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Altar 


Guild 






Miss Kate 
Laur 




















. President 


Elizabeth Jose\ 






. Secretary -Treasurer 




Members 






Abbott 


Egleston 


HlNES 


Lay 


Riddick 


Way 


Lohannan 


Exley 


H INN A NT 


Mandeville 


Rose, E. B. 


Webb, H. B. 


BOWDEN, P. 


Gold 


Holmes 


Maurice 


Ross 


Webb, M. E. 


Brinklev 


Graber 


Huske, A, C. 


Meade 


Saunders, M 


. A. WlLKINS 


BuRCWYN 


Gu ion 


Huske, M. C. 


McCormick 


Sims 


WlLLARD 


Chandler 


Hammond 


JOSEY 


McMillan 


Smith, L. C. 


Wilson 


Clarke, A. 


Harrell 


Kimball 


Neville 


Tabb 


Worslev 


Clarke, M 


R. He ide 


Kittrell 


Newton 


Thigfem 


Yarborouch 


Cooper, D. 


HlCKERSON 


Chapel 


Officers 

r ARDENS 


Trcxler 


Zeigler 


Elizabeth IIickerson 


Lucy Lay 


Marjorie 


WlLLARD 


Addie Huske 






Librarians 








Dai^v 


Cooper 


Virginia Thicpen 
Si 


















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The Epsilon Alpha Pi Literary Society 

Floiver: Jonquil 



Colors: Olive and Gold 



Motto: "Esse Quam Videri" 



This Society was founded in the year 19C.0. It was named for one of the leading Southern 
poets, Edgar Allen Poe. A meeting of this Society is held every alternate Tuesday during the 
school year. Called meetings are held on special occasions. Inter-society debaters and marshals 
are chosen annually. The chief marshal was chosen by the Sigma Lambda's last year and by the 
E. A. P.'s this year. 

Officers 

Daisy Cooper President 

Addie Huske Secretary 

Helen* Webb First lice-President 

Elizabeth Ballou Second Vice-President 



Miss Bottum 



Honorary Members 

Miss Brooks Mr. Joxes Mias Lee 



Mr. Tucker 




Miss McKimmon 


Miss Cooke 






Active 


Members 




Arrincton 


Graf 






Moore, R. 


Saunders, M. 


Ballou 


Guion 






Morris 


Scott 


Banks 


Hackett 






Murray 


Sherrod 


Bell 


Hammond 






McLendon 


Sims 


Bird 


Hancock 






McMillan 


Smith, A. W. 


Bowuen, L. K. 


Hardy, M. 


S. 




Neal 


Smith, E. G. 


Bowne 


Hardy, M 


A 




Newton, C. A. 


Smith, E. I. 


Brow nt 


Harris 






Newton, N. B. 


Smith, E. T. 


Carr 


Hayes 






Noland 


Smith, H. 


Chamberlain 1 , II. B. 


Hickerson 






Ow ENS 


Smith, L. C. 


Clonts 


HlGCS 






Page 


Smith, L. J. 


Cooke 


Minna NT 






Perry 


Stedman 


Cooper, D. S. 


Hopkins 






Person, F. A. 


Swink 


Davenport 


Hughes, I. 


L. 




Pickett 


Tabb 


Davis 


Huske, A. 


C. 




Platt, A. L. 


Trexi.fr 


Divine 


Huske, M 


C 




Powell 


Tucker, L. K 


Dixon 


Ingram 






Proctor 


Webb, II. B. 


Donnelly 


Jeffries 






Ragland 


Weli.ford 


Drake 


Jones, M. 


E. 




Raper 


Wilkins, I. 


Ecleston 


Lewis 






Rawmngs 


Williamson* 


Findlay 


Massey 






Rice 


Willis 


Gibson* 


Meade 






Riddick 


Wilson 


GlLKY 


Mitchell, 


B. 


M. 


Rogers 


Wood 


Gold 


Mitchell, 


J. 


L. 


ROSSER 


Worsley 


Graber 


Montague 






Saunders, C. A. 


Wynne 









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Sigma Lambda Literary Society 

Colors: Purple and Gray 



Flower: Yellow Jessamine 



Motto: "Lit With the Sun" 



In the year 1900 this Society was founded and was named for Sidney Lanier, a leading South- 
ern poet. Since its organization regular meetings have been held each alternate week and othei 
meetings have been held for special occasions such as Founders' Day and Lee's birthday. For 
twenty years annual inter-society debates have been held. Commencement marshals are chosoen 
annuall\ by (he society. 

Officers 

Lucy Lav President 

Lucy Kimball Secretary 

Van Cleve Wilkins Treasurer 

Elise Ballard First Vice-President 

Marjorie Willard Second Vice-President 

Honorary Members 

Miss Cummings Miss Davis Miss Fox Miss Fenner Miss Morgan' 

Miss Wilson Mrs. Tucker Miss Sutton Miss Harris 





Active 


Members 




Abbott 


Cox 


Josey 


Rose, E. B. 


Armstrong 


Dempsey 


Jovner 


Rose, M. L. 


Bailey 


Derrick 


Kale 


Ross 


Ballard 


DlCKEN 


Kimball 


Sears 


Baugh 


Dougherty 


KlTTRELL 


Shannon 


Best, M. 


Duvall 


Lawrence 


Sinclair 


Blackmore 


Eagles 


Lay 


Sm m 1 


Blaisdell 


Everett 


Lee 


Smith, F. R. 


EODDIE 


Exlev 


Lester 


Smith M. L. 


BOHANNON 


Fisher 


Mandeville 


Spence 


EOWDEN, P. E. 


Gale 


Maurice 


Stearn 


Brinkley 


Green 


Menzies 


Stiff 


Burchfield 


Gresham 


Montgomery 


Thicpen 


BURCWYN 


Griffith 


Moore, E. R. 


Thompson 


Butler 


Hag an 


Mc Cor mick 


Tucker, I. G. 


Cain 


Harding 


McKenzie 


Tyson 


Carter 


II ARRELL 


Neave 


Waddell 


Chamberlain, C. B. 


Hopkins 


Neville 


Ward 


Chandler 


IIeidf 


Nixon 


Way 


Cheatham 


Henderson 


Norwood 


Webb. M. I". 


Clark, M. L. 


HlNES 


Peeples 


White 


Clarke, A. 


Holmes 


Person, V. T. 


Wilkins, V. C. 


Clarke, M. R. 


Holt 


Pi. att, K. 


Willard 


Collier 


Hood 


Raine 


Yarborouch, E 


Cooper, E. R. 


Hughes, H. L. 


Roberts, L. C. 


Zeigler 


Cornelius 


Jamison 


Roberts, S. 





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Si. J:M ' ( &! A 

Marshals 

Mary Powell Chief E. .1. P. 

Trexler E. A. P. 

Chamberlain E, ./. p. 

Waddeli Sigma Lambda 

White Sigma lambda 






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Inter-Society Debaters 

Daisv Cooper E. .1. P. 

Ruin Clark E. I. I'. 

Lucy Kimball Si^ma Lambda 

Virginia Thigpen Si>m« Lambda 



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CLUBS 













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Granddaughters and Great-Granddaughters of St. Mary s 



Motto: "Lest We Forget" 



Colors: Light Blue and White 
flown-: Pansy 



"Auld Lang Svne" 



Addie Currier Htjske 



.... President 

ELIZABETH HlCKI-RSON 



MARJORIE WlLl.ARD . . 

. . . . Secretary 



Vice-President 



Anna Willis Bo (Idle, of Louisburg, 

'1. of Lucy Clifton, of Louisburg. 
I >.i i s >■ Si i ong « 'oopsi . of < >\ [01 d, 

d. of Julia Horner, of Oxford. 
Mary Louise Collier, of Winston-Salem. 

gd. of Emma Knight, of Wilmington. 
Susan 1 1 i vine, of Wilmington. 

d of Susan Lane Hardin, ■ r Wilmington. 
Theodosia Derrick, of Pulaski, Va. 

gd. of Martha F. Cosby. 
Mary Gale, of Jackson, Miss. 

ggd. of -Mary Gale, of Louisiana. 
Josephine Harris, of Rocky Mount. 

.1 of Bell Gulley, of Raleigh. 
Estelle Cotten Harding, of Camden, S. C. 

gd. of Mary Elizabeth Hughes, of 
cowinity. 
lOlixnhrl h II irkri-son, of Roiula. 

d. of Sara Lenoir, of Lenoir. 
Addie Currier Huske, or Fayetteville. 

d. of Annie R. Riddick, of Fayetteville. 
May Cat herine Huske, of Fayel te\ ille. 

d. of Addie R. Riddtck, of Fayetteville, 
Emma Laurence Joyner, of Louisburg. 

gd. Emma Drew, of North Hampton Cour 
Lu cy Kimball, of Henderson. 

ggd. or Lucy Hawkins, of Middleburg. 

gd. of Lucy Henderson, of Middleburg. 

d. of Lucy Plummer, of Middleburg. 
Lucy Kittrell, of Henderson. 

gd. of Lucy Cruddup, of Kittrell. 



Caroline McLencIon, of Wadesboro. 

gd. of Caroline Burgwyn Ashe, of" Wadesboro. 

d. of Margaret Ashe Lockhart. of Wadesboro. 
Mar; Leak Neave, of Salisbury. 

ggd, "f Caroline McRae, of Wadesboro. 

gd. of Caroline McNealy, of Salisbury. 

gd. of Mary Leak, of Wadesboro. 
Edna Jones Nixon, of Hertford. 

gd. of Isa Gordon, of Hertford. 

gd. of Cornelia Townsend, of Hertford. 
Frances Person, of N. Goldsboro. 

^d. -if Virginia Kennedy, of N. Goldsboro. 

d, of Virginia Tyscn, of Wilson. 
Virginia Person, of N. Goldsboro. 

gd. of Virginia Eiennedy, of X. Goldsboro. 

d of Virginia Tyscn, of Wilson. 
Elizabeth Rose, of Henderson. 

gd. of Elizabeth Bryan, of Henderson. 
Isa Gordon Tucker, of Plymouth. 

gd. of Isa Gordon, of Hertford. 
Evelyn Tyson, of Carihage. 

d, of Jesse Dawson, ol" Halifax County. 
Elizabeth Webb, of Wadesboro. 

gd. or Mary Wright, of Edenton. 
Marjorie Willard, of Wilmington. 

d. of Mary AVest, of Wilmington. 
Virginia Williamson, of Burlington. 

gd. of Ida Manly, of Tarboro. 
Mary E. Yarbrough. of Raleigh. 

gd. of Catherine Clements, of Raleigh. 

cl. of Martha Ellis, of Raleigh. 































The Dramatic Club 

Officers 

Miss Florence C. Davis Dircclrcs 

Daisy Cooper President 

Martha Best Business Manager 

Members 

Abbot Donelly Meade 

Ballou Dougherty McKensie 

Best Evereit Moore, E. 

Bird Gibson Neville 

BlACKMORE GlLKEY ROSE, E. 

Buttler Green Stearn 

Caelum Gresham Waddell 

Chamberlain, H. B. Hardy Wilcox 

Collier Lay Wood 

Cooper Yarborough 












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College Club 
Officers 



Elizabeth Rose . . 
Clare Spence 



President 

. Secretary and Treasurer 



Miss Morgan 



Honorary Members 
Miss Turner, Adviser 



Mr. Way 



Charlotte Armstrong 
Page Bird 
Mary Bohannan 
Emily Burgwyn 
Helen" B. Chamberlain 
Daisy Cooper 
Phylis Cornelius 
Acnes Heide 



Active Members 

Elizabeth Hickerson 
Lucy Kimball 
Lucy Kittrell 
Lucy Lay 
Margaret Lester 
Virginia Person 
Imooene Riddick 



Elizabeth Rose 
Frances Smith 
Clare Spence 
Mildred Tabb 
Evelyn Tyson 
Evelyn Way 
Margaret Wood 
Eleanor Yarborough 



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Trie Chorus 


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Members 






Blaisdell 


DOUCHTERY 


Lewis 




BODDIE 


Everett 


Platt, A. 




BOWDEN, P. 


Hancock 


Rice 




Brown, B. 


Hardy, M. 


Roberts 




Clarke, A. 


Harrell 


Rosser 




Clarke, M. 


Heide 


Smith, L. J. 




Cheatham 


Huske, M. C. 


SWINK 




Collier 


Jones, M. 


Waddell 




Derrick 


Joyner 


White 




Dixon 


Lawrence 
Lester 


Williams 






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Sketch Club 

Colors; Purple and Gold Flower; Devil's Paintbrush 

Motto; "Use Your Ounce" 

Officers 

Miss Fenner Critic 

V '. C. Wilkixs President 

J. McMillan 7 Secretary-Treasurer 

Members 

Bowne McMillan 

burchfield n. newton 

Clonts L. Rawlings 

Davis E. G. Smith 

Divine Walters 

Dougherty Webb 

Graf Womble 

Griffith V. Wilkins 

Hagan Stiff 

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North Carolina Club 

Motto: "The Old North State Forever" 



Ei.ise B 








President 




Martha Gresham .... 


. . Secretary 


Ruth \\ 




Via 


-President 




Marjorie Wil 






Abbott 






Dempsey 


Members 


Powell 


S PENCE 


Armstrong 




Divine 


Hines 




Meade 


Proctor 


Stern 


Bailey 






Eagles 


H inn ant 




Menzies 


Ragla nd 


Stedman 


Ballard 






Everett 


Holmes 




Montgomery 


Kaper 


Swink 


Banks 






Fisher 


Holt 




Montague 


Rice 


Tabb 


Baxter 






Gibson 


Hood 




Moore 


RlDDICK 


Thicpen 


Bell 






GlLKEY 


Hughes 




Morris 


Roberts, S. 


Thompson 


Best 






Gold 


Huske, A. 


C. 


McLenoon 


Rose, E. B. 


Tucker, I. G. 


Boddie 






Graf 


Huske, M 


C. 


McMillan 


Rose, M. L. 


Tyson 


Bowne 






Gresham 


I NGRAM 




Neal 


Ross 


Waddell 


Brown 






Griffith 


Jamison 




Neave 


Sears 


Ward 


Butler 






Guion 


Josey 




Newton, C. A. 


Sherrod 


Webb, H. B. 


Carr 






Hardy, M. A 


JOYNER 




New^ton, N. B 


Small 


Webb, M. E. 


Chamberlain, C. 


B. Hardy, M. S. 


Kale 




Nixon 


Smith, A. W 


White 


Chamberlain, H 


B. Harrell 


Kimball 




Norwood 


Smith, E. T. 


Wilkes 


Cheatham 




Harris 


Kittrell 




Owens 


Smith, E. T. 


WlLLARD 


Clarke, 


M 


L. 


Hayes 


Lay 




Perry 


Smith, F. R. 


Williamson 


Collier 






Henderson 


Lee 




Person, V. T. 


Smith, H. 


Worsley 


Cooper, 


D. 


S. 


Hickerson 


Massey 




Person, F. A. 


Smith, L. C. 


Yarborough 


Cooper, 


E. 


R. 


HlGCS 


Maurice 




Pickett 


Smith, M. L. 


Zeigler 













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Georgia Club 

Officers 

V. C. Wilkins President 

E. Tkexler Vice-President 

D. Stiff Secretary-Treasurer 

Members 

bowden exlev peeples 

Bowden Hackett Raine 

Cain Hagan Roberts 

Clarke Heide Sinclair 

Clarke Lester Stiff 

Davis Mitchell Trexler 

Dixon McKenzie Wilkins 



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The Virginia Club 



Officers 

Betsy Bali.ou President 

Anne Ruffin Sims Vice-President 

Frances Arrington Secretary-Treasurer 



Arrincton 

Ballou 

Bird 

bohannan 

Brinkley 

BuRGWYN 

burchfield 
Carter 
Cornelius 
Cox 



Members 

Davenport 

Derrick 

Graber 

Gregory 

Hopkins 

Jeffries 

Mason 

Moore, E. 

Noland 



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ROSSER 

Saunders, C. A. 

Saunders, M. A. 

Sims 

Smith, E. G. 

Tucker, L. K. 

Wellford 

Wilkins, T. 

Willis 

Miss Morefield 
















Northern Club 



Officers 



Esther Cooke Pre: 

Helen Blackmore Vice-President 



dent 



Members 



Miss Morgan" 




Miss 


Moffat 


Miss Davis 




Miss 


McCausland 


Helen Blackmore 




Miss 


Hess 


Esther Cooke 




Miss 


Abbott 


Helen Donnelly 




Lolise Hughes 


COURTNAVE FlNDLAV 




Katherine Lewis 


Mary Green 1 




Eleanor Rice 


M 


VRCIA \\ 

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ILCOX 




















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The Southern Club 



Officers 

Margaret Wood President 

Acnes Shannon 7 Vice-President 

Estelle Harding Secretary and Treasurer 

Members 

Kathleen Clark Jacksonville, Florida 

Esther Clonts Lakeland, Florida 

Margaret Duval Cheraw, South Carolina 

Sophie Egleston Hartsville, South Carolina 

Mary Gale Jackson, Mississippi 

Estelle Harding Camden, South Carolina 

Henrietta McCormick Eufaula, Alabama 

Bessie Neville Meridian, Mississippi 

Katherine Platt Aiken, South Carolina 

Agnes Shannon Camden, South Carolina 

Laura Jennings Smith St. Petersburg, Florida 

Margaret Wood Marion, South Carolina 

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The Western Club 

Officers 

Baugh Preside, 

Chandler Vice-President 

Scott Secretary-Treasurer 

Members 

Miss Claus Miss Turner 

Blaisdell Dougherty 

Neville 

Gale 

Wilson 



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Sigma Athletic Association 



Colors: Red and White 



Officers 

Mary Powell President 

Katherixe Morris Secretary-Treasurer 

Betsy Ballou Manager of Basketball 

Ida Hinnant Manager of Volleyball 

Lucy Kittkell Manager of Tun I; 

Marjorie Willakd Manager of Tennis 

Ida Hinnant Cheer Leader 

Katherine Morris Cheer Leader 

Daisy Cooper Cheer Leader 







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EMBERS 




Abdott 


Ecleston 




KlTTRELL 


Raine 


Armstrong 


FlNDLAY 




Lay 


Rice 


Arrincton 


Fisher 




Lee 


Rose, E. B. 


Ballard 


Gregory 




Mason 


Saunders, C. A 


Ballou 


Guion 




Menzies 


Saunders, M. A 


Baxter 


Hacan 




Montgomery 


Sims 


Best 


Hammond 




Moore, E. R, 


Sinclair 


Blackmore 


Hancock 




Moore, R. 


Smith, E. I. 


Boddie 


Hardy, M. 


s. 


Morris 


Smith, E. T. 


Boh ann on' 


II \RI)Y, M. 


A, 


MCCORMICK 


Smith, P. K. 


Eowden, P. E. 


Harrell 




McLendon 


Smith, L. J. 


BOWNE 


Hayes 




Neville 


Stiff 


BURCHFIELD 


Heide 




Newton, N. B. 


Trexler 


Butler 


HlCKERSON 




Nixon 


Tucker, I. G. 


Chamberlain', C, B. 


1 1 IOCS 




Nolan 


Tyson 


Chamberlain, II. B, 


IIlW \NT 




Norwood 


Waddell 


Clark, M. L. 


Hood 




Owens 


Webb, H. B. 


Clonts 


Hughes, H 


. L, 


Page 


Webb, M. E. 


Cooke 


Huske, A. 


C. 


Peeples 


Wilkes 


Cooper, D. S. 


Huske, M. 


C. 


Person, V. T. 


Willard 


Cooper, E. R 


1 SCRAM 




Pickett 


Williamson 


Cox- 


Jamison 




Plait, A. L. 


Worsley 


Davenport 


JOSEY 




Powell 


Wynne 


Duvall 


JOYNER 

Kale 




Proctor 
R a gland 


' Zeigler 




Sigma First Team Basketball 



Foriffards — 

Rosalie Noland 

LUCV KlTTRELL 






Centers — 


Guards — 


Mary Powall 


Daisy Cooper 


Frances Arrington 


Marcia Wilcox 




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Sigma Second Team Basketball 



Forwards — 


Centers — 


Guards — 


Elizabeth Josey 


Betsy Ballou 


Eugenia Trexler 


Ida Hixnant 


Katherjne Morris 

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Sigma Third Team Basketball 



Forwards — 

Elizabeth Hickerson 
Marv Hardy 



Centers — 

Bessie Neville 
Anne Ruffin Sims 



Guards — 

Marjorie Willars 
Mary Saunders 




MARY, VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS, TENNIS PLAYERS 



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Mu Athletic Association 



Colors: Blue ami White 



Officers 

Mary Louise Collier President 

Martha Gresham Secretary and Treasurer 

Van Cleve Wilkin's Manager of Basketball 

Laura Smith Manager of Volleyball 

Margaret Wood Manager of Track 

Virginia Thicpen Manager of Tennis 

Martha Everett Cheer Leader 

Amy Meade Cheer Leader 

MARY Louise Collier Cheer Leader 







Members 




Bailey 


Donnelly 


Kimball 


Sears 


Banks 


Dougherty 


Lester 


Shannon 


Baugh 


Drake 


Lewis 


Smith, A. W. 


Bell 


Eagles 


Mandeville 


Smith, E. G. 


Bird 


Everett 


Maurice 


Smith, II. 


Elaisdell 


Ex ley 


Meade 


Smith, L. C. 


Bowden, L. K. 


Gale 


Mitchell, B. M. 


Smith, M. L. 


Brinkley 


Gibson 


Mitchell, J. L. 


Spence 


Brown 


Gilkey 


Murray 


Stearn 


Burcwyn 


Gold 


McKensie 


Stedman 


Cain 


Graber 


McMillan 


Svvink 


Carr 


Graf 


Neave 


Tabb 


Carter 


Green 


Newton, C. A. 


Thigpen 


Chandler 


Gresham 


Perry 


Thompson 


Cheatham 


Griffith 


Person, F. A. 


Tucker, L. K. 


Clark, A. 


Hackett 


Plait, K. 


Ward 


Clark, M. R. 


Harding 


Raper 


Wellford 


Collier 


II ARRIS 


Riddick 


White 


Davis 


Henderson* 


Roberts, L. C. 


Wilkins, V. C. 


Dempsey 


Hines 


Roberts, S. 


Willis 


Derrick 


Holt 


Rogers 


Wilson 


Dickens 


Hopkins 


Rose. M. B. 


Wood 


Divine 


Hughes, I. L 


Ross 


Yarborough, E. I 


Dixon 


Jeffreys 


Rosser 






Jordan 


Scott 





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Mu First Team Basketball, 1923 



Forwards — 
Evelyn Way 
Virginia Thigpen 



Centers— 

Louise Bowden 
Margaret Wood 



Guards — 

Adn t a Lee Bailey 
Eleanor Yarborouch 



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econd Team 


Bas 


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all 






Forwards — 






Centers — 








Guards — 




Helen Donnelly 




Lillian Rod 


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Louise 


Scon 


Elizabeth 


McKevzie 


Sarah Maxdeville 








Mary 


Gale 



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Mu 


Third Team Basketball 










forwards — 
C. Holmes 
Frances Swink 


Centers — Guards — 
M. Gresham C. Spence 
M. L. Collier B. Rosser 












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JSIOMA YELLS 

Ray! ray! row! row! 
Sigmas, show 'em how ! 



Horse and wagon, horse and wagon, 
Team, team, team. 
Locomotive, locomotive, 
Coach, coach, coach! 



We are happy 
When we yell 
P O \V ELL 
Yah — Mary! 



I thought I heard somebody say that the Sigma 

girls were coming this way 
With a veevo and vivo; and veevo ; vivo, 

vum. 
Oh! it's just as plain as it can be; we've got 

the Mu team up a tree 
With a veevo and vivo ; and veevo ; vivo, 

Villi], 

* ■*- -*- 

Little bear — Wceeeee 
Big bear — Woooooo 
Mu team — Weeeeee 
Sigma team — Woooooo! 



Who's gonna winna win 
Who's gonna winna win 
Who's gonna winna win 

We're gonna winna win 
We're gonna winna win 
We're gonna winna win how 
Easy! 

(Tunc: Nobody Loves Me Noil-) 
The Sigma team will surely win today, 
For jus' watch the Sigma team play; 
Look at the Forwards, thev never miss a ball, 
A Sigma Banner soon will be on the wall ; 
Silent in defeat, the Mu team's bound to fall, 
Life doesn't seem so sweet as it used to some- 
how ; 
Come on Sigma's, you've got the Mu team 
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I MU YELLS 

Cheer, girls, cheer, your comrades brave and 
bold; 

Cheer, girls, cheer, as you have done of old; 

There'll be a rah, rail, rah 

For every single goil; 

There'll be a hot time in the old school to- 
night. 

Stand 'em on the head, 
Stand 'em on the feet, 
Mu team, Mu team, 
Can't be beat. 



One a zip 

Two a zip 

Three a zip a zane 

We don't a razzle dazzle sis boom bah 

Mu team, Mu team, rah, rah, rah ! 

M-u! Rah! Rah! 
M-u! Rah! Rah! 
Hoo-rah ! Hoo-rah ! 
Team ! Team ! Team ! 
Mu Team! Rah! Rah! 
Hoo-rah! Hoo-rah! 
Team ! Team ! Team ! 



We'll pass that ball like Mil's 

We'll pass that ball like Mu's 

When the guards are weak, we'll pass it thru 

When the guards are strong, we'll pass it, toe. 





That's the way to spel 




Ray! Mu! 




That's the way to yell 




Mu! Mu! Mu! 





O' whoop 'em up 

O' whoop 'em up 

Whoop 'ein up some more 

The Mu team is the team 

That we all adore 

It's such a peach 

It's won our hearts 

It surely plays the game 

'Tis not tough 

'Tis not rough 

But it gets there just the same. 



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Statistic Rhyme 



Known far and wide for beauty, 

Lib llkkerson is her name. 
Elise is the most charming, 

Two dimples won her fame. 
Daisy plays at basketball, 

She's good in every art. 
And when it comes to brilliance, 

C. Holmes sure fills the part. 
Now, Babe can certainly fascinate, 

Unending is her line. 
For wit and clever sayings, 

S. Ilarrell don't lose "no time." 
Kittrell, by far, the most athletic, 

She sho' can throw those goals. 
White and Fisher are good at dancing. 

They're bound to use their soles. 
And Dempsey, with her cuteness, 

Can stand the sterling test. 
While the striking and most efficient 

Are left to Martha Best. 

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We Wonder Why! 






Miss Turner rooms near Ham, 

We wonder why ! 
On Thursday we have ham, 

We wonder why! 
And this is true as all folks say 
That on each and every Thursday 
We have a talk by Mr. Way, 

We wonder why ! 

The dead-line we can't walk, 

We wonder why! 
Nor in assembly talk, 

We wonder why! 
And, insult piled on injury, 
After having gym, each day 
At four we must go out and play, 

We wonder why ! 

Middies we have to wear, 

We wonder why ! 
And chapel caps on our hair, 

We wonder why ! 
And when the seniors sit up late. 
With Phelps and Dummelow have a date, 
Miss Morgan appears, the hand of fate, 

We wonder why ! 

C. P. H. 









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"I Doubt It!" 



When you're sent to detention for a lesson or so, 

By a voice with a sternness about it, 
Do you hem, do you haw, do you say you won't go? 

Well, maybe you do, but I doubt it. 

When you wake in the morning, a morn full of gloom, 

With an atmosphere dreary about it, 
Do you calmly skip breakfast, and stay in your room? 

Well, maybe you do, but I doubt it. 

When Saturday comes with its "clean up time," 
And you're tired and weary and dread it, 

Do you lie down and sleep and not clean up fine? 
Well, maybe you do, but I doubt it. 

But when comes a week-end that Miss Morgan's away, 
This school! There's a wildness about it! 

Answer me this! Do the "mice" fail to play? 
Well, MAYBE they do, but I doubt it ! 



M. W. 



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s 

VIEWS 






Saint Mary s 



Do you know ^\ place in a big, big grove 
Full of laughter, sunJSjhine and glee, 

Where In ev'ry heart there's a lasting love 
For each building, pathway aj^d tree 

And where The cross, for guidance, gleams above: 






Where Many friendships become verY fast 

Quickened by love of the school so dear, 
And where, into each giRl's heart there is cast 

By the teaching and living there, 
Truths, And life's lessons, for them alwayS to last? 

C. P. H. 






To You— Mothe 



My childhood thoughts are crowded 
With my hours spent at your knee, 

Of the beautiful stories of Heaven 
And the songs you sang to me. 



Of the days when I was naughty, 
The hurt look in your eyes; 

The way you were so forgiving, 
And heeded my childish cries. 



When I forgot to say I was sorry, 

T'was even then that you didn't scold ; 

T'was all these things, my Mother, 
My memory will ever hold. 



How can I ever repav you ? 

There's no other way above, 
Unless you can give me credit 

For my heart that's full of love. 



M. B. 













Apt Quotations 

"The lassies in their best 
Were drest from top to toe." 

— Easter Morning. 
"Things are seldom what they seem, 
Skim milk masquerades as cream." 

— In the Dining Room. 
Fill all thy hones with aches." — Gym. 



"It must be done like lightning." — Dressing for Breakfast. 

"A hat not much the worse for wear." — Chapel Cap. 

"Push on — keep moving." — Mail Line. 

"Think of your forefathers." — Emily Burgwyne. 

"Three sleepless nights I passed in sounding on, through words and things, a dim and perilous 
way." — Before Exams. 

"A remnant of uneasy light." — As seen under the doorsill after w P. M. 

"For my part, getting up seems not so easy by half as lying." — Morning Meditations. 

"I hate definitions." — The Chemistry Class. 

"So they went their way and the dog went after them." — Fan and Mania. 

"For my voice, I have lost it with halloing and singing of anthems." — Marjorie If'illard. 

"Like time and tide, she waits for no man." — Miss Morgan. 

"Fools rush in where angels fear to tread." — The waiting line in front of Miss Morgan's door 
after lunch. 

"If at first you don't succeed try, try again." — To borrow clothes. 

"Never put off for tomorrow what can be done today." — Hickerson and the Annual. 

"Better late than never." — "Babe" at Monday morning breakfast. 

"Laugh and the world laughs with you." — "Thig." 

"It's a long lane that has no turning." — Commencement. 

"Variety is the spice of life." — The hats we wear to the little store. 



















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Did You Ever? 



Did you ever know a St, Mary's girl tn write 
English themes instead of letters every night? 

Did you ever know them all 

When they hated basketball. 
Or when they did in dancing not delight? 

Did you ever know a quiet chapel line; 

Or a St. Mary's girl who slept each da}- 'till nine? 

Did you ever know a date 

Who could stay so very late? 
Or a girl who always wore her ear-rings tine? 

Did you ever know a girl who did not scream; 
Or a crush who held a kiss in light esteem? 

Did you ever see a girl 

Who had not at least one curl? 
Well, I have — but then, 'twas in a dream. 



C. P. H. 
















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SEPTEMBER 

Tues.-Wed., 1-1-13 — Opening days of the 
Eighty-first Annual Session; arrival of new 
girls Tuesday; return of old girls Wednes- 
day. 

Sat., 16 — Reception of old girls to new in the 
"Parlor." 

Sat., 23 — Reception given by Sigma Lambdas 
and E. A. P.'s to the new memhers in the 
"Parlor." 

Mon., 25 — Exhibit of wild flowers, given by 
Miss Bottum, in the new Biology room. 

OCTOBER 

Sat., 14 — "Bloomer party" in gym — Sigmas 
victorious. 

Wed.-Thurs., 18-19 — Holidays. State Fair, 
Carollna-N. C. State football game. 

Tues., 24 — Concert by blind violinist in Audi- 
torium. 

Tues., 31 — Hallowe'en Ball in gymnasium. 

NOVEMBER 

Wed., 1 — Founders' Day program, in "Par- 
lor." 
Sat., 4 — Tea given by lb.' Muse Club, 8:10 

p. TO. 

Sat., 11— First basketball g.nnes of the season 
First and Third Teams; Mus victorious. 

Thurs., 16 — Recital given by faculty, in the 
Auditorium. 



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Sat., 1 8 — Basketball — Second Team — Mus 
victorious. 

Mon., 20 — Devereux Players in Auditoi ium. 

Sat., 25 — Class Parties — Seniors to Sopho- 
mores in the "Parlor," Juniors to Freshmen 
in the "Lobby," and Preps in the gym. 

Mon., 27 — Recital given by Miss South wick 
in the Auditorium. 

Thurs., 30 — Special Thanksgiving service in 
the Chapel. 

DECEMBER 

Sat., 2 — Basketball — First and Third Teams — 
Mu's victorious. 

Tuesday. -Thurs., 5-7 — Model meetings of the 
Sigma Lambda and E. A. P. Literary So- 
cieties. Points won divided, j l A to each 
society. 

Sat., 9 — Basketball — Second Team — Mus vic- 
torious. 

Thurs., 14 — Two plays given by Miss Davis' 
pupils — 4:30-6 p. m. 

Fri., 15 — Pupils' Recital — 5-6 p. m. 

Sat., 16 — Play, "Birds Christmas Carol," pre- 
sented by the Seniors in the Auditorium at 
8, followed by the Christmas Tree Enter- 
tainment in the gym. 

Mon., 18 — Christmas holidays start. 

JANUARY 

Jan., 4 — Return of students after Christmas 

holidays. 
Jan, 20 — Basketball — First and Third Teams 

— Mus victorious. 
Wed. -Sat., 24-27 — Mid-Term examinations, 

FEBRUARY 

Mon., 5 — Carolina Playmakers in the Audi- 
torium. 

Sat., 10 — Dramatic Club under the direction 
of Miss Davis presents "Seventeen." 

Mon., 12 — Return of the Class Parties. 

Tues., 13 — Colonial Ball, in the gymnasium. 

Wed., 14 — Ash Wednesday — special services. 



Mon., 19 — Talk by Mrs. McKimmon. 

Tues., 20 — Dr. Harris' talk to the College 
Club. 

Wed. -Fri., 21-23 — Model meetings of the 
Sigma Lambda and E. A. P. Literary Soci- 
eties. Sigma Lambdas won. 

Sat., 24 — Volley ball games in the gmynasium. 
Sigmas won First Team Game. Mu's won 
Second. 

Wed., 28 — Hampton singers in Auditorium, 
8 130 a. m. 

MARCH 

Thurs., 1 — Concert given by Miss Joy Sweet 
in the Auditorium, 8:15 p. m. 

Sat., 3 — Volley ball games in gymnasium, Sig- 
mas won First Team game. Mu's won 
second. 

Sat., 3 — Lecture, illustrated with lantern 
slides, given by Dr. Collier Cobb, Univer- 
sity of North Carolina. 

Fri., 9 — First meeting of Mission Study 
Classes. 

Sat., 10 — Basketball game between Peace and 
St. Mary's. 

Thurs., 15 — Beginning of spring holidays. 

Tues., 20 — Return of students after spring 
holidays. 

Sat., 24 — Basketball game between Peace and 
St. Mary's. 

APRIL 

Fri., 6 — Piano Recital given by Miss Mar- 
garet Wood. 

Sat., 7 — Inter-Society debate. 

Sat., 14 — Piano Recital given by Miss Vir* 
ginia Thigpen. 

MAY 

Fri., 5 — Piano Recital given by Miss Martha 

Gresham — 5-6 p. m. 
Sat., 26 — Commencement Play. 
Sun., 27 — Baccalaureate Sermon. 
Mon., 28 — Class Day. 
Tues., 29 — Commencement. 






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What s in a Name? 



When Edna Jones goes to bed, 
does Isa Tucker in? 

When "Babe" and Ruth buy dresses, 
does Amie Cheatham ? 

Miss Morgan came in and 
Martha Leah Rose. 

If Katy fell in the river, 

would Katherine Fisher out. J 

K. Morris loves Martha Best, 

hut Courtney loves Elizabeth Moore. 

Chandler went to town, 

but didn't see Annie Boddic. 

If Annie Willis went out to play 
would Emma Lawrence Joyner? 

Dinky was Edna's girl, 
but Lucy Tucker. 

When she gets hungry 
does Katy Norwood ? 



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Miss Van Kleeck (calling wrong roll) : "Anna Willis Boddie." 
A. Davenport: "Nobody here*" 

* * -* 

A. Huske: "You know Martha Everett reminds me of the 'General' of the Mus.' 
M. Willard: "General Nuisance." 

* * * 

If we had to wear hats 

And Clarissa wore a "Hood," 

And if we had to wear spats, 

Do you think Margaret Wood ? 

If we had to sit down 

And Martha Leah "Rose," 

Would Esther look "Steam," 

Marcia Wil (cox) I s'pose. 

If we couldn't get a couch, 

Could we use a Davenport? 

If Ruth went Farr away — 

Not even the "Divine" could be M. G.'s support. 



Dumb: "Did you know that Adam and Eve were Gamblers?" 

Hell: "How's that?" 

Dumb: "Thev left a 'Pair o' dice' behind." 



Miss Moffat (sewing class) : "Callum, have you your matriculation card?" 
L. Callum: "No, Miss Moffat. I didn't bring my needle and thread." 



There was a young lady named Ruth, 
She had so many crushes forsooth. 

For her love was undivided, 

On Amie she decided, 
And now thev stick like Naomi did to Ruth. 



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Miss Cummings: "Will Senorita Sinclair, please recite?" (No response.) 

H. Sinclair: "Beg pardon, Miss Cummings, were you speaking to me? my name 

is 'Henri.' " 

* * # 

There was a young man, 

He had such big feet, he said, 
Instead of stepping out of his pants 

He had to slip them over his head. 



Apologies to Dr. Coue 

Day by day, in every way, I'm getting harder and harder. — Mr. "Stone.' 
Day by day, in every way, I'm going higher and higher. — E. "Rose." 
Day by day, in every way, I'm growing better and better. — M. "Best." 



Were you ever out in the "Great Unknown" 
When exams were drawing near, 

When "Zeros" stared you in the face 
And you were sick with dread and fear? 

The time kept pressing onward 

And you really felt so blue. 
You couldn't remember what happened 

In the year 1492. 

Then the final day has come at last 
And you utter without some regret, 
"Oh please, O Luck, still be with me, 
Lest I forget — Lest I forget." 

On the end of a very blank paper, 

In the place of answers that are not, 
I carefully inscribed these lines, 
"O' Lady Luck deserted me — 'cause I forgot." 



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Nite of the Roundtable 



Dere Maw. — 

i hav beep hear two days and hav wanted to rite you but the girlds hav been rushin 
me to deeth and 1 don't hav no time. Everie bodie hear thinks i am the pickles warts 
(thats jus a little expresiun i picked up we learne a lot o stuff lak that up hear & the 
girls say fo long I'll be writin books. I'm so originol & I hope to tel you i won't 
(skip it), the lady prencaple is crazie 'bout me. she cals me up to hur room needy a 
du/.en times a dai & allways cals me "dear" — in tact the hole school thinks i am the 
warmest thin" off the American stage. 

Bid-dai is tomorrow but I haven't dacided what i want to join — we bean arounde 
the grove severul times looking at the houses & i think the omi thei cal the "enfirmary" 
is rite nice looking so I mite joint that, ain't fraternyties funnie things!? 

i haven't heard of but one boy since i came & i hav a date with him at elevon 
oclock — (>'■ //. ///.' (that means i can't hardly wait) all the girls are talking 'bout 
him — his name is "Jim" & you hav to wear blumers & midy blouses — ain't that 
crazie — 

Oil Maw please rite me write away & tel me what you want me to be in statistics 
— i can't decide — there are so manie things to chose from, to-nite at the tabel some 
bodie said something about "codfish balls" — gee I'm excited — I didn't kno we could 
have dances! 

( )h by the way Maw i nead a litle money — i hate to ax you so soon but i've allmost 
spent the dollar and seventy nine that i left home with. 

The president has just sent for me to come & sign a metriculation card — i don't kno 
what that is but guess i better go 'cause it ain't no good without my signiture — 

Give my respects to all the folks. 

Yo' efecshunate darter, 

I ma Nut. 



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